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>>> hello. you're watching "newsline." i'm shery ahn. let's get started with the headlines. u.s. leaders and their allies are weighing their options as they decide whether to take military use against syria. >>> fukushima daiichi
. u.s. president barack obama says members of his administration have concluded the syrian government used chemical weapons on civilians. japan's prime minister says his government needs a sense of urgency in dealing with the cleanup at
's decision to grant ed ward snowden temporary asylum is causing tensions. >>> u.s. securities regulators score a legal victory after a jury finds a
>>> welcome to nhk world "newsline." u.s. military helicopter has crashed on the mainland of okinawa in japan. some crew members have sustained injuries in the incident. the helicopter crashed shortly after 4:00 pm within the perimeter of camp hansen, a military base within the northern part of the main island. the crash involved a
.n. inspectors land in syria to investigate possible use of chemical weapons in the civil war. >>> egypt's chief has warned his forces won't be silent in the face of violence and will crack down on what they see as or
leakage from a storage plant may be a bigger problem than they first expected. >>> u.s. leaders are pointing fingers at syrian government officials saying the
. >>> welcome to this hour of "newsline." the u.s. released a report that lists allegations made by the obama administration. however, it does not present any concrete evidence. the report says 1,429 people were killed in the chemical attack in the suburbs of damascus o
the latest allegation of chemical weapons use. >>> workers at the fukushima daiichi power plant have started removing highly contaminated water from an underground tunnel to keep it from leaking out.
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